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CRICKET. IMPERIALS VERSUS COLTS A DRAWN GAME [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

ciiic^t% IMPERIALS VERSUS COLTS A DRAWN GAME The match between Imperials and Ctolts played on the Port Lincoln Oval oft Saturday, resulted In a draw. Im perials had first use of the wickets, and the innings was declared closed with eight down for 158. With an Hour and a quarter in which to knock tin the 159 runs required to win, Colts were set an almost impossible task/ They made a determined effort, but when stumps were drawn they still required over sixty runs. K. Martin, who was responsible tor 58 in the match against Ramblers a fortnight previously, was again in scoring mood. He knocked up 57— one less than his previous best.- His soore included four fourers. J. C. Gun ner, who failed to get going in his previous match, struck form, compil ing 55. He nit three fourers and one sixer. B. Richardson was the only other batsman to enter double flgiines G. T. Bartlett scored nine, and ¥.. A. Lykke and H. Harrison were the aot out batsmen, with seven and two respectively. C S. Hopping,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

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POPPY DAY APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

POPPY DAY APPEAL. The annual Poppy Day appeal, launched by the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia ?will be made to-day {Friday ). TJxe rproceeds or the appeal will be utilised *n helping to relieve cases of distress 'among returned soldiers and their re latives. A good supply of poppies :'' has been obtained by the Port Lincoln . sub-branch, for sale in the streets^ y They will be sold by the following :— Mns. Thomas (coR^or),, and t Mes, : dames lleid, ?a^bf, ^mcttn.^and C^le, and Misses Hawson, and Jean Tepper. Poppies for the children will be on eale at the various schools daring lunch hour. A request has been made by League headquarters for the Observance of a brief sfTence at 11 ajn., as a mark of remembrance of ,iho8e who made the Supreme Sacri fice iu the wlfc ^

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HELPFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

:. HELPFUL. '' I' never tooji a motor car trip with Jones. Is he a handy chap around fi msmmM

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

PERSONAL After a stay in Port Lincoln of sev eral days, the Bishop of Willochra (Right Rev. Dr. R. Thomas) left for Adelaide by the motorship Mlnnipa on Wednesday, on his return to Glad stone. Mr. H. W. Piercy, manager of the Port Lincoln branch of James Mar shall & Co., Limited, left for Ade laide on Wednesday. The Hon. G. Ritchie, M.L.C., was a passenger for Adelaide by the Min iiipa on Wednesday evening. Mr. W. J. Dawson returned to Port Lincoln last Friday. Mr. R. G. Peake (secretary of the Harbors Board) paid a brief visit to Po2-t Lincoln last week. Mr. R. Ashton, of the Hydraulic Engineer's Department, left Port Lin coln by 'the Mlnnipa last Friday even ing. Mr. S. J. Doiiard left for Adelaide on Friday lastv Mr. R. G. Berry, of Co well, spent last week end at Port Lincoln. Mr. A. Stevens and Mr. P. G. W. Payze, of Rodda Stevens Limited, Ade laide, visited Port Lincoln last week, returning by the Minnipa on Friday evening. Mr. C. L. Thomas left Port Lincoln last Frida...

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"THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES" [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' Wonderful development is taking place on the West Coast The area under cultivation has increased con siderably in the past two or three years. To keep pace with such pro-' eress it is only natural that a real live newspaper should appear in the ifeld. *Tf»e Port Lincoln Times' was issued on August 5. Its smart appear ance, with the first page devoted entire ly to news, and its weJI-dlsplayed ad vertisements, marks it immediately as a newspaper inerit well edited «nd veil printed.— 'Wimbles Reminder.'

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Fire Brigade Station SITE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Fire Brigade Station ,.:. SITE APPROVED. Members of the Port Lincoln Cor poration met on Thursday, November 3 and inspected a site in Liverpool Street, near the premises, of Mr. S. J. Wyatt, where it is proposed to erect a fire brigade station. .The site was approved. Mr. H. Cole has agreed to erect the building, provided suitable arrange ments ,can be made between him and the Fire. Brigades! Board. Those who made the inspection were the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), and Grs. Bartlett, Piercy, Basford and Shipard. . ._/: , . At. the last meeting of the corpor ation it was agreed that the Fire Bri gades Board .be asked- to supply plans j and specifications^ a building sult-if

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PORT LINCOLN INSTITUTE ALTERATIONS TO BUILDING SOLDIERS SEEK REPRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

PORT LINCOLN INSTITUTE ? * — . — ALTERATIG NS TO BUILDING ' SOLDIERS SEEK REPRESEN TATION A meeting of the Port Lincoln In stitute Committee was held on Tues day evening. The president (Rev. H. TLi. -Snow) was in the chair,' and others present were the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), Rev. Father P. L. Kelly, Dr. D. M. Steele, and Messrs. L. G- Minhard, T..E. Ashton, N. W. Wright, and the secretary (Mr. O. Blackmau). It was decided on the motion of Mr. Ashton, that the Memorial Hall be altered as suggested by the build ing committee, in order that it should comply wiia the regulations. The cost of the work is estimated at £116 10/-. It includes the provision of panic bolts on the door leading from the main hal! to the corridor, improved ventilation, and an extra door and flue in the cinema room. The lavatory .accom modation will also be extended, and other minor alterations made. A letter was received from the Por( Lincoln sub-branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial -League, aski...

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SCRUB LOGGING TRACTOR EFFECTIVE USE ON WEST COAST [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

SCRUB LOGGING TRACTOR EFFECTIVE USE ON WEST COAST In a paper read by Mr. H. Howard (Petina Agricultural Bureau) at the recent annual conference, of Eyre Pen insula branches of the Agricultural Bureau, Mr.. ^. w. Johnson, of the same branch, detailed his experiences in logging scrub with a tractor.7 'The clearing of heavily timbered land,' he saia. '-'i6 a big problem which many farmers have tried to solve. without success. Until 'recently I had always employed men to cut my ecrub with an axe, but tnat meuiod is very costly, because the scrub on my farm, and in the surrounding dis trict, consists of extremely heavy tim ber. I have often aeard of farmers trying to log Bcrub, but they have not been very successful. This year I tried conclusions, with uie heavy scrub, having heard that certain tractors wore very adaptable for this class of. work. 'Eight months ago I purchased -a tractor and built a log which I little thought would be so successful. The log is shaped Uke a V, built up on...

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Home Missionary Society A LANTERN LECTURE YALLUNDA FLAT, November 8 [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Home Missionary Society A LANTERN LECTURE YALLUNDA FLAT, November 8 On Friday an enjoyable and instruc tive lantern lecture was given in the Yallunda Flat Methodist Church by the Rev. G. F. Johnson, (Cummins), assisted by the Rev. C. R. ' Dadds (Tumby Bay). There was an excel lent attendance. Slides illustrating the work of the Home Missionary So ciety, were shown. On the motion of Mr. R. Blacker, seconded by Mr. Olston, Mr. Johnson 'vas accorded 'a vote of thanks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

LAV. SYMONS, : THE TAILOR Now situated in Catt's Building, TaBman Terrace, Port Lincoln v-hird tloor down corridor.) Suite made on premises of City Qual ity and at City Prices. \ Clients in outlying districts spec ially catered for. Do tiot fail to notice the new ad dress—Third Door in Catt's Building. i „ P.O. Box 179. W. RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, SIGNWRITER & PAPERHANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN i ? ; ? MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ??*, ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL ^ WORK. t]P.O. BOX, 103. ££? ^9 ftuifcy ovsft yoi//r c/to/-

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SHEEPSKIN PRICES FULL WOOLS, 14d TO 16d. LB. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

SHEEPSKIN PRICES FULL WOOLS, VW TO 16d. LB. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Following are the latest, quotations for sheepskins : — Merinoes, three ~ quarter to full wools, free, 14d. to 16d. lb ; half to three-quarter- wools, free, , Hid. to 13£d. ; quarter to half wools, free, 9d. to 10.

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PORT LINCOLN TANK A MONTH'S TEST [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

PORT LINCOLN TANK A MONTH'S TEST After a month's test, the recently constructed tank ou the -*»ii near the Port Lincoln Hospital has been emp tied and tarred,, preparatory to be ing placed in regular use. In order to ompty the tank, the town, supply from the Tod River res ervoir, was cut off, and for three weeks the water was drawn from the tank. It Is expected that the tank will be ready for refilling next week.

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MOULDERS' DISPUTE AGREEMENT REACHED. PARTIES TO CONFER. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

MOULDERS' DISPUTE AGREEMENT REACHED. PARTIES TO CONFER. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. .In the Federal Arbitration Court on Tuesday an agreement was reached in connection with the moulders' dis pute at Islington, and the proceedings against the Railways Commissioner were withdrawn. The terms of settlement were that the Commissioner agreed, subject to the ..withdrawal of the summons that his officers would meet a committee of two or three moulders from Isling ton to discuss the matter of output The conference will arrange for the conducting of trials for an estima tion of the times required for speci fied work.

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WHEAT MARKET TRADE QUIET; PRICES UNCHANGED. GROWERS' LOTS, 5/4 TO 5/4½. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

WHEAT MARKET ? —A ? TRADE QUIET; PRICES UN CHANGED. ,. GROWERS' LOTS, 5/4 TO 5/4J. (By Telegrapl«.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. At the Adelaide wheat market on Tuesday trade was quiet, and prices unchanged. For growers' lots in the country, merchants quoted from 5/4 to 6/4$ a bushel on tracks at Port Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

(AMI PHONE 105. BOX 216. LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, * Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date Break down Service DAY AND NIGHT. 'PHONE 105, 101 or 147. DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno — the best English light (.all models) car, Hillman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Michelin. We Specialise in Batteries — Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Rayovac ' B' Batteries for 'Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and Passenger Seiyde Port Lincoln-Streaky to Fowlers Bay. The approved A. A. ,: Garage ^-^ for Port Lincoln.

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POWER ALCOHOL CEREALS OFFER NO SCOPE REPORT OF EXPERT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

|power i^OMim, CEREALS OFFER NO SCOPE REPORT OP EXPERT Mr. S. A. Cook. M.Sc, B.M.E. recent ^ ly furnished to the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research a report on the possibilities of power alcohol in ' Australia. From this it is clear that - wheat, barley and oats are never like ly to be used as a basis in the product ion of the fuel. '? Writing cf wheat Mr. Cook states: — ; Perhaps the main advantage in '?utilising wheat as a source of alcohol would be that it is already produced on a large scale and with high mechan ical efficiency. Appliances for sow ing and harvesting wheat on a large scale already exist, and have been brought to a high state of perfection. . This advantage is, however, more than offset by the value of wheat as a foodstuff, and by the fact that al though the cerial contains nearly 65 per cent, of starch and sugars, it is generally too expensive to be used for the production of industrial alco hol. Moreover the yield per acre in Australia is low, averagi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

A^ J, *EECH, Contractor, Port Lincoln STONE. GRAVEL, SAND, AN1- SHELLGRIT ^ DELIVERED: GENERAL CARRYING . t UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTIC1- F. 1 O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EVRE'S PENINSULA. 2,000 Acres, Hd. of Yanniuee, 400 acres wheat and 400 acre3 rallov, given. Delivery now ov March. --* 3.2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked spot in the district, nearly ali cleared. £6. 4,300 Acivs grazing and clover land, h.'-ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and farming and shear in? I,!ant. £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk cvt. 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; IS bushel average in wheat and barley over 15 years. Prije, £S acre. Good terms. 2,4S0 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450 pcres wheat given, about S00 a.crcs cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £* 10/ acre. Walk in ryaik out. 2,077 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, about 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

TUMBY BAY HOTEL. F. C. MENHENNETT ( Late of Cleve Hotel), PROPRIETOR FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. EXCELLENT CUISINE. 'l'bene 5.

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ADELAIDE WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

ADELAIDE WOOL SALES At the fourth wool sale of the sea son, held at the Wool Exchange, Ade laide, 31,93/ bales of wool v/ere cata logued, and practically the whole of the offering wate disposed of at prices which should prove satisfactory to growers. An attractive catalogue of wools from ths River Murray and Darling districts, aud the Middle North, and a few clips from the West Coast, Ade laide Hills and South-Eastem districts, was offered, A large attendance of buy ers aud keen bidding were features of the sale. All classes of wool came in for strong and general competition. In this sals wera included many clips of broader quality which were more suit ed to the requirements of the Bradford and Australian mills. Ths market for the be3t . quality and average fleeces is quoted at 5 per cent, higher than the previous sale in Adelaide. Tho Continental section of the trade took the bulk cf the wool and fair quantities were also secured by Brad ford, Japanese and Australian buyers. The hi...

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